The Brussels Wall
Foreign Affairs, May/June 2010, v89, #3, pp7-12
"These days, there is a great deal of talk about the dawn of an Asian century--hastened by the rise of China and India. Meanwhile, the fractious Atlantic alliance, enfeebled by two wars and an economic crisis, is said to be fading away. But the West is not doomed to decline as a center of power and influence. A relatively simple strategic fix could reinvigorate the historic bonds between Europe and North America and reestablish the West's dominance: it is time to bring together the West's principal institutions, the European Union and the North Atlantic Treaty Organization."
William Drozdiak is President of the American Council on Germany, Senior Adviser for Europe at the international strategic consultancy McLarty Associates, and Founding Director of the German Marshall Fund's Transatlantic Center, in Brussels..
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